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Konrad Hunteler, Roel Dieltiens, Jurgen Kussmaul, Rainer Kussmaul - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Flute Quartets (2000)

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Konrad Hunteler, Roel Dieltiens, Jurgen Kussmaul, Rainer Kussmaul - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Flute Quartets (2000)

Konrad Hünteler, Roel Dieltiens, Jürgen Kußmaul, Rainer Kußmaul - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Flute Quartets (2000)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 253 Mb | Total time: 57:03 | Scans included
Classical | Label: MDG | # 311 0966-2 | Recorded: 1999

Bei Dabringhaus und Grimm kamen jetzt auch die Flötenquartette von Mozart heraus, und zwar in einer Aufnahme, die der historischen Aufführungspraxis folgt. Konrad Hünteler hat sich mit dem Geiger Rainer Kußmaul, dem Bratschisten Jürgen Kußmaul und dem Cellisten Roel Dieltiens zusammengesetzt, und da spitzt man die Ohren. Denn erst vor einigen Wochen hat Emanuel Pahud, der Soloflötist der Berliner Philharmoniker, eben diese Quartette in einer phänomenalen Neueinspielung vorgelegt. Diesmal sitzt also sein einstiger Konzertmeister Rainer Kußmaul sozusagen im anderen Boot, und tatsächlich wird diese Aufnahme in ganz anderer Weise von der Violine geprägt als die Pahud-CD.

Rachel Brown, The Brandenburg Consort, Roy Goodman - Johann Joachim Quantz: Flute Concertos (1997)

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Rachel Brown, The Brandenburg Consort, Roy Goodman - Johann Joachim Quantz: Flute Concertos (1997)

Johann Joachim Quantz: Flute Concertos (1997)
Rachel Brown, flute; The Brandenburg Consort; Roy Goodman, direction

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 325 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 175 Mb | Artwork included
Genre: Classical | Label: Hyperion | # CDA 66927 | Time: 01:16:08

Flautists tend to know that Quantz gave flute lessons to Frederick the Great and that he wrote about 300 concertos for the instrument. Only a few of these concertos have been easily accessible in print or on disc. However, in this welcome recording of five Quantz concertos, flautist Rachel Brown seems the perfect ambassador to bring a few of these unfamiliar but intriguing works back into the repertoire. Whether playing a Baroque-inspired fugue, a more ‘classically styled’ Allegro or languid slow movement, Brown’s daring expression and technical brilliance – together with the Brandenburg Consort’s focused sound and racy pace – seem intuitive. Quantz and Brown appear together again, briefly, in Concert in Sanssouci. ‘Sans souci’ means ‘without worry’, and was the name of Frederick the Great’s country house near Potsdam. A certain joie de vivre is in the air in this recreation of a typical evening’s concert chez Frederick. The Hanover Band, under Roy Goodman, plays with real spirit, although Nathalie Stutzmann’s rich contralto lends a more melancholic feel in arias by CH Graun. Although Frank de Bruine is a rather understated soloist in the CPE Bach oboe concerto, the band’s dynamic interpretations and composer’s inventiveness win through.

A deux fleustes esgales - Bach: Sonates en Trio (2004)

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A deux fleustes esgales - Bach: Sonates en Trio (2004)

A deux fleustes esgales - Bach: Sonates en Trio (2004)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 362 Mb | Total time: 66:59 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Zig-Zag Territories | ZZT 40601 | Recorded: 2003

The duo 'À deux fleustes esgales' is here expanded. The two treble voices are joined by a basso continuo made up of harpsichord and cello, for a programme of famous trio sonatas by 'the Bachs'. From the father Johann Sebastian to the sons Carl Phillip and Wilhelm Friedemann, the stylistic evolution from Baroque to Classical can be traced here through the many facets of that crucial period in music, the eighteenth century: · Counterpoint and flowing polyphony raised to their zenith by Johann Sebastian in such a way that instrumentation becomes almost immaterial · Wilhelm Friedemann retains a certain contrapuntal denseness, placed at the service of an instrumental style sometimes reminiscent of Italian concertante writing · Carl Phillip Emanuel concentrates on the melodic line, with the continuo assuming more of a harmonic function, in a style that makes room for fantasy and sensibility or Empfindsamkeit. This CD takes us through this development - a guided tour that is sheer delight.

Sami Junnonen, Chamber Domaine - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Flute Quartets (2018)

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Sami Junnonen, Chamber Domaine - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Flute Quartets (2018)

Sami Junnonen, Chamber Domaine - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Flute Quartets (2018)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 194 Mb | Total time: 50:28 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Resonus Classics | RES10216 | Recorded: 2017

Finnish flute virtuoso Sami Junnonen joins the celebrated ensemble Chamber Domaine for a new recording of the complete Flute Quartets by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Junnonen is joined by Thomas Kemp (violin), Robert Smissen (viola) and Richard Harwood (cello). These four quartets, much admired as key works of this genre of the Classical era, see Chamber Domaine exploring new and broader musical avenues as the group looks to this earlier repertoire with stunning effect.

Dorothee Oberlinger, Ornamente 99 - Antonio Vivaldi: Concerti per flauto (2002)

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Dorothee Oberlinger, Ornamente 99 - Antonio Vivaldi: Concerti per flauto (2002)

Dorothee Oberlinger, Ornamente 99 - Antonio Vivaldi: Concerti per flauto (2002)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 354 Mb | Total time: 68:55 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Marc Aurel Edition | # MA 20015 | Recorded: 2001

Die Extreme von Schönheit und Virtuosität hat Dorothee Oberlinger in dieser Aufnahme versucht sehr kunstvoll zu vereinen und so gibt diese CD nicht nur einen guten Einblick in ihr bravouröses Können, sondern beleuchtet auch die Werke Vivaldis in ihren mannigfaltigen Schattierungen. Dabei wird auf vordergründige Effekte verzichtet zugunsten der „schillernden Palette“ unterschiedlichster Affekte in Vivaldis Musik.

Marie-Céline Labbé, Marion Treupel-Franck - Philidor, Montéclair: Fil d'argent, fil d'or (2015)

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Marie-Céline Labbé, Marion Treupel-Franck - Philidor, Montéclair: Fil d'argent, fil d'or (2015)

Marie-Céline Labbé, Marion Treupel-Franck - Pierre Danican Philidor, Michel Pignolet de Montéclair: Fil d'argent, fil d'or (2015)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 358 Mb | Total time: 78:23 | Scans included
Classical | Label: RAMÉE | # RAM1405 | Recorded: 2013

For this second recording devoted to French Baroque music for two solo transverse flutes, Marie-Céline Labbé and Marion Treupel-Franck perform the six suites by Pierre Danican Philidor (1681 1731), pieces taken from the three collections published by the composer in Paris in 1717 and 1718. Written in a highly original style in which one senses the spirit of freedom blowing over Versailles and France during the regency of the Duke d’Orléans, these short suites, in addition to the principal dances in vogue at the court of Versailles in the early 18th century, each comprise a fugue.

Georgia Browne, Nordic Affect - Abel: Music for flute and strings (2012)

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Georgia Browne, Nordic Affect - Abel: Music for flute and strings (2012)

Georgia Browne, Nordic Affect - Abel: Music for flute and strings (2012)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 72:56 | 421 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Brilliant Classics | Catalog: 94304

Although Carl Friedrich Abel (1723–87) is known as one of the last and greatest virtuosos of the viola da gamba, his instrument declined in popularity towards the end of the 18th century, leading him to compose for other instruments; some of his most successful results can be heard in the music recorded on this disc. Abel’s ability to compose particularly fine music for the flute can be traced back his time working at the Dresden court, which possessed one of the greatest orchestras of the era.

Jaap Schroder, Johann Sonnleitner - Johan Helmich Roman: Sonatas and Assaggi (1987)

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Jaap Schroder, Johann Sonnleitner - Johan Helmich Roman: Sonatas and Assaggi (1987)

Jaap Schröder, Johann Sonnleitner - Johan Helmich Roman: Sonatas and Assaggi (1987)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 316 Mb | Total time: 54:06 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Musica Sveciae | # MSCD 406 | Recorded: 1987

Johan Helmich Roman (born 26 October 1694 in Stockholm, died 20 November 1758 on the Haraldsmåla estate in Småland) is one of Sweden’s most important composers of all time. He has been called ‘the father of Swedish music’, and with good reason. As chief conductor of the Royal Court Orchestra, composer, musician and teacher, Roman laid the ground for an increasingly rich music scene in 18th century Sweden. He was also the first Swedish composer to attain international status, and had a prolific musical output covering most of the genres of his time, instrumental and vocal, with the exception of opera and oratorios.

Alexander Korneyev, Alexander Bakhchiev - Bach: Sonatas for Flute and Harpsichord (2014)

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Alexander Korneyev, Alexander Bakhchiev - Bach: Sonatas for Flute and Harpsichord (2014)

Alexander Korneyev, Alexander Bakhchiev - Bach: Sonatas for Flute and Harpsichord (2014)
WEB | FLAC (tracks) - 518 MB | 01:35:04
Genre: Classical | Label: Melodiya

Melodiya presents recordings by Alexander Korneyev, (1930-2010) was an outstanding flutist, People's Artist of the RSFSR and laureate of the State Prize of Russia. A world famous soloist, Korneyev won recognition primarily as a concert musician. He has performed with well-known Russian musicians such as Lev Oborin, Ivan Kozlovsky, Sviatoslav Richter, Emil Gilels, Mstislav Rostropovich and the Beethoven Quartet.

Susan Hoeppner & Rachel Gauk - The Sea in Spring: Japanese Music for Flute and Guitar (1999)

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Susan Hoeppner & Rachel Gauk - The Sea in Spring: Japanese Music for Flute and Guitar (1999)

Susan Hoeppner & Rachel Gauk - The Sea in Spring: Japanese Music for Flute and Guitar (1999)
Michio Miyagi · Teruyuki Noda · Tōru Takemitsu · Katsutoshi Nagasawa · Yoshiharu Ganryu
Haseo Sugiyama · Ryūtarō Hirota · Kōhachiro Miyata

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 286 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 205 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical, World Music | Label: BIS | # BIS-CD-969 | Time: 01:13:24

During the Meiji Restoration (1868-1912) a broad diffusion of Western music flowed into Japan, first in the form of military band music and. later, Protestant hymns. By 1900, recitals of piano, violin and song were quite popular. Composers like Prokofiev, and performers such as Heifetz, Kreisler and Segovia also encouraged this musical direction, which strongly followed German Romanticism and French Impressionism. The new Western repertoire found a place with the traditional Japanese music, hdgaku, and as the two traditions came in contact, a new and unique form of music emerged. One of the most fascinating developments in Japanese music was the introduction of new instruments in the south of Japan, and their metamorphosis as they migrated north via Kyoto and Tokyo. Several composers on this disc have focused on natural themes, with water being a favourite and obvious choice. The works have been chosen to give a sampling of the diversity of Japanese music, from the beautiful, traditional folk-songs to the complex and challenging multi-movement works, many of which evoke the traditional instruments, namely shakuhachi and koto.

Erik Bosgraaf, Cordevento - J.S. Bach: Recorder Concertos (2011)

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Erik Bosgraaf, Cordevento - J.S. Bach: Recorder Concertos (2011)

Erik Bosgraaf, Cordevento - J.S. Bach: Recorder Concertos (2011)
WEB | FLAC (tracks) - 373 MB | 58:59
Genre: Classical | Label: Brilliant Classics

A new recording of Erik Bosgraaf, one of the most original, versatile and innovative recorder players of the moment, winner of the Borletti-Buitoni Trust. The dynamic range and emotional impact of his playing is phenomenal.The instrument in his hands is like an extension of the human voice, speaking and articulating the musical language. Previous recordings of Bosgraaf include Vivaldi Concertos, Handel sonatas and the Renaissance collection Des Fluyten Lusthof (by Van Eyck).

Erik Bosgraaf, Cordevento - Vivaldi: Recorder Concertos (2009)

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Erik Bosgraaf, Cordevento - Vivaldi: Recorder Concertos (2009)

Erik Bosgraaf, Cordevento - Vivaldi: Recorder Concertos (2009)
WEB | FLAC (tracks) - 306 MB | 01:04:54
Genre: Classical | Label: Brilliant Classics

Stravinsky famously quipped that Vivaldi didn’t write 400 concertos, rather he wrote one concerto 400 times. Rather unfair, though witty. For many people though, Vivaldi is the composer of The Four Seasons (the first four of the twelve concertos Op.8), and maybe the famous Gloria. He is a composer who repays closer attention. There are some superb concertos in his large output, and some of them were sufficiently striking enough to attract the attention of J.S. Bach and Johann Quantz.

Emmanuel Pahud - Ibert, Khachaturian: Flute Concertos (2003)

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Emmanuel Pahud - Ibert, Khachaturian: Flute Concertos (2003)

Emmanuel Pahud - Ibert, Khachaturian: Flute Concertos (2003)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 01:03:57 | 282 Mb
Genre: Classical | Label: EMI Classics | Catalog: 5 57563 2

When the majority of flute concertos are lightweight, it is not surprising that leading flautists are keen to expand the repertory, adapting more ambitious works. That is how, on the suggestion of the composer himself, Jean-Pierre Rampal in 1968 came to prepare a brilliant transcription of Khachaturian’s Violin Concerto recorded here by Emmanuel Pahud. A soft-grained flute could hardly cut through orchestral textures in the concert-hall in the way a violin can, but on disc careful balancing without focusing on the solo instrument too aggressively has produced a successful result.

Katherine Bryan, RSNO - Katherine Bryan plays Flute Concertos by Christopher Rouse & Jacques Ibert (2013)

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Katherine Bryan, RSNO - Katherine Bryan plays Flute Concertos by Christopher Rouse & Jacques Ibert (2013)

Christopher Rouse: Flute Concerto; Jacques Ibert: Concerto for Flute and Orchestra
Claude Debussy: Syrinx; Frank Martin: Ballade
Katherine Bryan, flute; Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Jac van Steen, conductor

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 241 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 149 Mb | Artwork included
Genre: Classical | Label: Linn Records | # CKD 420 | Time: 01:03:13

Among the young British instrumentalists vying to pick up the mantles of the great soloists of a generation ago, flutist Katherine Bryan seems among the most promising, and she takes a major step forward with this, her second release. Her startlingly clear, bright articulation in the upper register is pleasing on its own, yet the real attraction here is that she approaches a repertory intelligently and brings fresh perspectives to it. The Flute Concerto (1993) of Christopher Rouse only seems to be the odd item in the set; Rouse's instrumental writing, with its intricate grasp of texture and register, is truly a descendant of the French (and French-Swiss) music on the rest of the album, and it was an inspired choice in terms of showcasing Bryan's technique as well. The three central movements have a memorial tone, with flute solos woven into Rouse's characteristically spacious chords, and Bryan has the stamina to stick with the long line here. Ibert's delightful Concerto for flute and orchestra (1934) receives an absolutely crackling performance from Bryan.

Aurele Nicolet, Hubert Barwahser, William Bennett - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: The Works for Flute (1994) 2CDs

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Aurele Nicolet, Hubert Barwahser, William Bennett - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: The Works for Flute (1994) 2CDs

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: The Works for Flute (1994) 2CDs
Aurele Nicolet, Hubert Barwahser, William Bennett (flutes); Osian Ellis, harp; Grumiaux Trio
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conducted by David Zinman
London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Colin Davis
Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, conducted by Neville Marriner
Heinz Holliger, oboe; Hermann Baumann, horn; Klaus Thunemann, bassoon

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 696 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Decca | # 442 299-2 | Time: 02:37:33

Mozart claimed to dislike the flute and, for that matter, the harp as well which also plays a prominent role in this compilation. But in spite of that, he produced music for the flute in a variety of genres all of which is delightful and much of which is masterful. This release on Philips's "duo" series presents an excellent opportunity for an overview of Mozart's works for flute, well played. It also offers a rare opportunity to hear a variety of performers on the flute and other instruments and orchestras.